MacBook is a laptop made by Apple which is designed to be slimmer each year rather than have / having / to have better battery life.
Have or having or to have - which one is correct here?
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If you use verb after "rather than", you should use either base form or ing form of the verb. MacBook is a laptop made by Apple, which is designed to be slimmer each year rather than have (or, having) better battery life. Note : A comma should be used before 'which' because this which-clause is a non-defining continuative relative clause.
Hope, it is clear now. Thank you.